UK ingredients maker Ulrick & Short is extending its line of clean label starches with the addition of a cold swelling starch that the company says will offer a stability and thickening solution for manufacturers using “gentle factory processes”.
DSM has appointed Salutivia as UK distributor for its range of vitamins, carotenoids, and essential fatty acids in a deal that plays to Salutivia’s strengths in the supplement and food ingredient markets.
French retail giants Carrefour is to collaborate with Spain’s CEU San Pablo University to create a ‘Carrefour Chair of Food and Nutrition’ that will look at the impact of dietary trends and establish a healthy diet model.
German dairy cooperative DMK Group said it is responding to changing consumer needs with updates to its Milram brand as more consumers are paying attention to a health-conscious diet and are increasingly turning to products with as little sugar as possible.
Norway’s Borregaard is a technology leader in biorefineries, producing biochemical and biomaterials that replace oil-based products. A recent innovation from the group is a wood-based dietary fibre that works as a fat-replacer.
Global ingredients supplier and consumer foods business Kerry Group is leveraging its unique consumer insights to make sure its business is one step ahead of emerging trends in the F&B space. CEO Edmond Scanlon shares some insights.
German poultry giant PHW Group is investing in US-based vegan seafood start-up Good Catch in what it describes as a “strategic partnership” to offer plant-based seafood alternatives to the international market.
One year on from its European launch, Premier Protein has secured a stronghold in Germany thanks to a continued rise in everyday protein appeal and will now focus on building brand equity, executives say.
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